History of a seed of Lintong coffee from Sumatra penetrates the world

History of a seed of Lintong coffee from Sumatra penetrates the world

History of a seed of Lintong coffee from Sumatra penetrates the world

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  • On February 17, 2021
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Lintong Ni Huta coffee is native North Sumatra coffee originating from Lintong Nihuta, Humbang Hasundutan Regency, North Tapanuli. Lintong coffee has penetrated the world and is recognized by true coffee connoisseurs as one of the best coffees that need to be tasted.

A History of Lintong Coffee Seeds

Lintong coffee is not a type name or additional species of robusta and arabica coffee. Rather, it is the name of a trademark that is sold to domestic and foreign markets. In the world (international market), Lintong coffee is known by names such as Sumatra Blue Lintong, Sumatra Lintong Mandheling, Blue Batak, Sumatra Bean Coffe, and many more.

Mandheling Arabica Coffee from Sumatra, Unique and Delicious

What is Lintong coffee?

Lintong coffee is coffee that is picked directly from the coffee base. Later, a brand made “Lintong-Luwak coffee” which incidentally is the coffee beans that the civet eats and then comes out with the civet droppings. Then there are those who make the brand “Kopi Lintong Jawa,” even though it is clear that Lintong coffee does not come from Java but is grown in Lintong, North Sumatra.

And because of the popularity of Lintong coffee, to the point that some people confuse Berastagi “Lintong coffee”, Sumatran Mandheling coffee, Sipirok, Dolok Sanggul, and Sidikalang coffee.


The price of Lintong Coffee is IDR 70,000 per kilogram

Meanwhile, the price per kilo of “Lintong coffee” which has not been roasted (roasted or fried) varies between Rp. 50,000-70,000. This price includes “random coffee” which is not an option. When buying coffee in the form of beans, don’t just refer to “beautiful beans taste good, not necessarily. It could be, beautiful seeds “taste bad.”

Also, take a look at the coffee if you buy it in the form of seeds, try not to have other mixtures such as corn and so on that can interfere with the taste of the coffee.

True coffee drinkers can recognize the history of a coffee bean just by holding the coffee beans or inhaling the aroma of a hot cup of coffee and then sipping it.

In addition, coffee varieties will differ from one another according to where the coffee plant originates and the production process. Most Arabica coffee is richer in taste than robusta coffee.

Get to know Lintong Arabica Coffee, which is very popular in the world

The history of Lintong coffee begins in 1750

The history of Lintong coffee beans began in 1750 when the Dutch trading company (VOC) brought a variant of Arabica coffee beans to Sumatra. Meanwhile, the coffee itself only began to be planted around the 1800s in the district. Lintongnihuta, Kab. Humbang Hasundutan, North Tapanuli.

The first coffee grown was Arabica (Tipyca). By the local community, it is called Lasuna, Garunggang, Djember. Apart from Arabic, there are also robusta varieties grown in different districts. From the district. Paranginan is famous for its Sigarar Utang coffee.

Fellow coffee connoisseurs, if this article is deemed necessary to be added. Please comment. Greetings to true coffee connoisseurs and baristas (coffee brewers) around the world!


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